Stunning period property set on ca. 2.7 acres which has been tastefully converted to a tranquil and cosy home.
The property dates from c.1800 and retains many period features of that era.
The facade of the property compliments the overall architectural style with its natural cut stone, gothic windows, doors and arches.
Internally many of the original features have been retained, including high ceilings, large exposed wooden beams, original wooden flooring and deep window sills. Overall the property has been beautifully decorated making it a truly unique and charming home.
The property was converted to residential use in 1991.
Porch 1.87m x 1.25m (6â€™2â€³ x 4â€™1â€³): A natural stone faced porch with 2 storage benches positioned beneath small gothic windows. Half door leading to sitting room.
Sitting Room 6.81m x 2.91m (22â€™4â€³ x 9â€™7â€³): Large cosy room with exposed brick fire place and wood burning stove. Two gothic style windows with deep sills along with exposed beams.
Living Area 4.92m x 8.26m (16â€™2â€³ x 27â€™1â€³): Open plan kitchen and dining room with high cathedral ceilings, exposed original wooden beams and flooring. The dining area can comfortably seat 10 people. There are 3 large gothic windows in this area along with sky lights in the cathedral style roof, this allows an abundance of light into the room.
The Kitchen is country style with a â€œzanussiâ€ oven and hob. Ceramic tiled floor and worktop. Window overlooking garden. Well lit due to fitted spot lights.
Raised Seating area 2.44m x 3.06m (8â€² x 10â€²): Raised lounge area set off the living room, with original stain glass feature window decorated with gold passion flowers also featuring the Star of David.